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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Kitchen Nightmares and Virtual Reality.

Kitchen Nightmares

Kitchen Nightmares

I’m not talking about Gordon Ramsey, but I wish I was. Last night I had my first real experience with Virtual Reality gaming. I was only really interested in checking it out, maybe playing one of its multitudinous glorified tech demos and seeing whether or not it would give me crippling motion sickness but I got way more than I bargained for. At the behest of Joy the girl I chose a game called Kitchen. I clicked on it totally expecting to be chopping onions and carrots and putting them into some soup. What I got was the first time I’ve ever been truly scared playing a game.


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Episode 5: Games as Service, Telltale Closing, and Ninja

Sunday, September 16, 2018

Episode 4: Game Patches, Spiderman, and Disappointing endings.

On this episode we had a special guest Logan Sharp of The Reformed Gamers with us to talk about Game patches, the new Spiderman game for Playstation 4 and what video game endings disappointed us the most. Marvel’s Spider-Man - PlayStation 4

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Pokemon Goes Demonic!

Click here!!!! to buy a Pokemon game to play if you dare....

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Gentleman Broncos and the Illusion of Popular Opinion

By Daniel Shultz

Gentleman Broncos was released in 2009. It was a gigantic flop at the box office and got thrashed by critics. The film was written by Husband and Wife filmmakers Jared and Jerusha Hess, who are best known for their film Napoleon Dynamite(2004). While that film become a cult classic and has engendered love within those who appreciate its quirky plot-less presentation, the subsequent films from the Hesses have not faired well. Nacho Libre (2006) their follow up to Napoleon Dynamite succeeded at the box office but received poor reviews. Then in 2009 came Gentleman Broncos, after the near 100 million box office of Nacho Libre Gentleman Broncos grossed a pitiful $118,192 at the box office. The critical reception reflected the opinion of audiences, with Rotten Tomatoes reporting in at 18%. The question then needs to be asked do these two markers of determine whether a film is good or bad?